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PROGRAM FOLIO 

Vol. 1. No. 22 



PACIFICA FOUNDATION L I S T E N E R - S U P P O R T E D RADIO 



LIVE AND LIVELY 

The role of radio in presenting live performances of serious music has 
diminished markedly in the past decade in this country. Pacifica Radio, 
however, has long sought to rekindle this vitally important aspect of 
broadcasting — important to the performers, to composers, to the audi- 
ence. Live studio concerts and broadcasts from concert halls have been 
heard regularly on KPFA and KPFK in California. Now WBAI announces 
with considerable pride its first Studio Concert. We begin most auspi- 
ciously with a concert by the excellent Beaux-Arts String Quartet, on 
Tuesday, November 1 , at 1 P.M. The Quartet, known for its enterprising 
concerts and its Haydn quartet recordings, will be heard in the first 
of several broadcasts from our Studio, each of which will be devoted 
in part to new scores and to seldom-heard music of the past. 

Six days later, on November 7 at 8:1 5, we will present the first of many 
"remote" broadcasts, an orchestral concert from the intriguing series 
"Music Forgotten And Remembered" from the Grace Rainey Rogers 
Auditorium of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the months to come 
many other splendid Museum recitals, by such artists as Janos Starker, 
Erica Morini and Rudolph Firkusny, will be broadcast exclusively on 
WBAI. Our thanks to the Museum and to Local 802 of the American 
Federation of Musicians for their cooperation, without which these 
exciting prospects for live music on WBAI could not materialize. 

ELECTION NIGHT 

Starting at 9:30 on November 8, when meaningful results should start 
coming in, WBAI will present a continuous round of news reports cover- 
ing the election returns, with music, commentary and special guests 
including local candidates and program participants on hand to help 
sustain the mood of the evening. We will stay on the air until the major 
races have been decided. 



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PROGRAM FOLIO 
VOL. ONE NO. 22 



Published biweekly by Radio Station WBAI, 30 East 39th Street, New York 16 
N. Y... telephone OXford 7-2288. Available only to WBAI subscribers. WBAI is 
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above the basic $12.00 are tax-deductible. 

BROADCAST HOURS: 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. Dates of future 
rebroadcasts appear in BOLD FACE, caps and parentheses. Example: (JANU- 
ARY 17). Dates of original broadcasts appear in light face and in parentheses. Example: (January 10). Numbers 
in parentheses following music selections indicate approximate timing, in minutes. 

In California: Pacifica Foundation— KPFA, 2207 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley 4; KPFK, 5636 Melrose Avenue, Los 
Angeles 38. Subscriptions to any Pacifica station are transferable to any other. 



MONDAY, October 31 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL-CHORAL CONCERT 

HAYDN Symphony No. 53, D major 

(Vienna Sym-Socherj (Epic 30381 (22) 
BEETHOVEN Ruins of Athens, incidental Music 

(London Chorus, Orch-Beecham) (Angel 35509] (19) 
STRAUSS Horn Concerto No. 1, Ejj major 

(Brain, Philharmonia-Golliera) (Angel 35496) (15) 
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Serenade to Music 

(London Chorus, Orch-Sargentj (Angel 35564) (14) 
STRAUSS Don Quixote 

(Torlelier, Berlin-Kempe) (Cap 7190) (42) 
10:00 THE FIRST STAGE (Oct. 30) 

11:00 ROSITA RENARD: the 1949 Carnegie Hall recital 
by the late Colombian pianist. (Oct. 22) 
BACH Partita, No. 1, Bj, mojor 
MOZART Sonata No. 15, A minor, K. 310 
MENDELSSOHN Variations Serieuses, Op. 54 
CHOPIN Etudes 
12:15 A NEGRO LAWYER IN THE SOUTH: James R. 

Walker, Jr. (Oct. 27] 
1 :00 LOTTE LEHMANN AAASTER CLASSES (Oct. 26) 
1:30 HISPANIC-AMERICAN REPORTS (Oct. 29) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL-CHAMBER CONCERT (Oct. 1] 
FRANCAIX Symphony for Strings 
MILHAUD The Four Seasons 
TISCHHAUSER Cassation for Nine Instruments 
PROKOFIEV Sinfonia Concertante 
4:00 HUNDRED DOLLAR RATS: an original farce by 
Deric Washburn, produced for KPFK by the Advance 
Theatre Foundation. (Sept. 11) 
4:15 MISCELLANY 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories Told From Memory; "Why There Are No 

Trees in the Forest." 
Folk Songs 

"The Wizard of Oz," part eight. 
5:30 CHAMBER CONCERT 

BEETHOVEN Quartet, No. 5, A major. Op. 18, No. 5 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 5395) (27) 
SIBELIUS Quartet, D minor. Op. 56 
(Budapest Quartet) (Col 5202] (29) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEV/: ITALY 
6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: William E. Brickmon, Editor, 
SCHOOL AND SOCIETY Magazine. (NOV. 1) 

7:15 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchaneko 
7:45 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alan W. Watts. 

(NOV. 3) 
8:15 MOZART FESTIVAL (NOV. 4) 

Le Petit Riens (Ballet Pantomime), K. Anh. 10 
(Paris Conservotory-Goldschmidt] (AS 33) (17) 

Piano Concerto No. 19, F major, K. 459 

(Hoskil, Berlin Phil-Fricsoyh] (Dec 9830] (27) 

9:00 RESISTANCE IN FRANCE: Claude Bourdet, editor 
of FRANCE OBSERVATEUR, discusses increasing re- 
sistance to the Algerian policies of the de Gaulle 
government by young people and members of the 
intellectual community; the government's attempts 
to control this situation; and what Mr. Bourdet feels 
is impending civil strife Mr. Bourdet recorded this 
interview at WBAI with Jon Donald while in New 
York attending the 15th session of the United No- 
tions General Assembly. (NOV. 9) 



10:00 REPORT ON MUSIC: Gene Bruck compares rec- 
ordings of the Verdi "Requiem" conducted by Sera- 
fin, Toscanini and Reiner. (NOV. 1). 

11:30 POLITICS AND POKER: Tippecanoe and Tyler, 
Too; Get on the Raft with Taft; Little Tin Box, and 
more, sung by Howard Do Silva and the Word 
Heelers. (Monitor) 

TUESDAY, November 1 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HAYDN Symphony No. 96, D major 
(N. Y. Phil-Walter) Col 5059] (21) 
STRAUSS "Aus Italien" Symphonic Fantasy, Op. 16 

(Vienna Sym-Swobodo) (West 18078) (43) 
MILHAUD Five Studies for Piano and Orchestra 

(Bodura-Skodo, Orch-Swobodo) (West 18717] (10) 
SHOSTAKOVITCH Violin Concerto, Op. 99 
(Oistrakh, Orch-Mitropoulos) (Col 5077) (38) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: William E. Brickmon. (Oct. 31] 
10:15 THE MOUTH OF GOD: the tragedy of Girolamo 
Savonarola, written for the BBC by H.A.L. Craig. 
(Oct. 29] 
11:15 ANNIE FISCHER: BBC recital. (Oct. 30) 
11:45 BRITISH POLITICS TODAY: Denis W. Brogan. 

(Oct. 28) 
12:30 REPORT ON MUSIC: Gene Bruck. (Oct. 31) 
2:00 MISCELLANY 

2:15 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: THE NETHERLANDS 
2:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Oct. 18) 
TELEMANN Suite No. 2, D major 
WEBER Symphony No. 1, C major 
BEETHOVEN Mass, C major. Op. 86 
SCHOENBERG Verklarte Nacht 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Lullabies from Many Lands: Mary Hillis. 
Bear Stories: Eric St. Clair reads his own story, 
"The Bear Who Hating Thinking." 
"The Wizard of Oz," part nine. 
5:30 PIANO RECITAL 

BEETHOVEN Sonata, No. 7, D major. Op. 10, No. 3 

(Vladimir Horowitz] (Vic 2366) (24) 
CHOPIN Waltzes 

(Dinu lipatti) (Col 4522] (35) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: INDIA 
6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Robert Bingham, managing edi- 
tor, THE REPORTER. (NOV. 2) 
7:15 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher (NOV. 3) 
Alice Nielsen, soprano (1876-1943) (recordings of 

(1907-1913) 
ARDITI II bacio 

GOUNOD Faust: Air du roi de Thule 
PUCCINI Madama Butterfly: Morte de Butterfly 
MOORE The lost rose of summer 
GOUNOD Romeo et Juliette: Ahl ne fuis pas encore 
VERDI La Trovioto: Parigi, o coro (Constantino); 
Addio del passoto 
7:45 IF I'M ELECTED: records of campaign talks by 
Grover Cleveland, William Jennings Bryan, Theo- 
dore Roosevelt, William Howard Toft and Woodrow 
Wilson. (Heritage) 
8:00 ARCHIVE SERIES (NOV. 5) 

PURCELL Seven Fantasies for Strings 
IWenzinger Ens) (Arc 3007] (21) 



RATHGEBER-SEYFERT Four Songs from ■Tafelconfecf 

(Soloists, Ens-Seyferf) (Arc 3060) (23) 
TARTI N I Flute Concerto, G major , 

(Nicolet, Lucerne Strings-Boumgartner) (Arc 3117) 
9:00 TALKING ABOUT AAAN: Sir Charles Darwin, 
Julian Huxley, Harlow Shapley, and Adiai Steven- 
son informally discuss the earth's growing popula- 
tion, the retention of undesirable mutations and 
other aspects of genetic inferitance, matters of 
evolution, and life on other worlds. This conversa- 
tion toolc place following the Darwin Centennial 
celebration at the University of Chicago and was 
recorded and mode available to WBAI through the 
courtesy of WBBM and the University of Chicago. 
10:00 THE BEAUX-ARTS STRING QUARTET: first in a pro- 
jected series of live concerts from the WBAI studio 
by the Beaux-Arts Quartet, one of the finest cham- 
ber groups in the country. 
LESLIE BASSEH Five Pieces for String Quartet 

(1957) 
HAYDN Quartet, F minor. Op. 55, No. 2 
JUAN JOSE CASTRO String Quartet (1943) 
11:00 THEODORE BIKEL AT HOME (NOV. 5) 

WEDNESDAY, November 2 

8:00 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT 

SCHUMANN Piano Quartet, Eb major. Op. 47 

(New York Quartet) (Col 4892) (28) 
BRAHMS Eight Songs 

(Dietrich Fischer-Dieskou) (DGG 12007) (24) 
CHOPIN Piano Sonata, No. 3, B minor 

(Guiomar Novaes) (Vox 7360) (23) 
HUMMEL Septet, D minor. Op. 74 

(Hollefschek, Vienna Ensemble) (West 18586) (34) 
10:00 COAAMENTARY: Robert Bingham. (Nov. II 
10:15 ABOUT CARS: Denise McCluggage 
10:30 THE BARBER OF BAGDAD: Peter Cornelius' comic 

opera. (Oct. 30) 
12:30 V/ITCHCRAFT THROUGH THE AGES: Dr. Way- 
land C. Hand. (Oct. 21) 
1 :30 ORGAN CONCERT (Oct. 26) 

SCHOENBERG Variations on a Recitative, Op. 40 
HANDEL Concerto No. 16, F major 
WIDOR Symphony No. 5, F minor. Op. 42, No. 1 
2:30 MAN-MADE MALADIES: J. R. Audy. (Oct. 29) 
3:15 THE ROAAANTIC ART SONG: Alan Rich. (Oct. 29) 
4:15 MISCELLANY 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories for Young People, read by Jessie Stanton, 
Bank Street College of Education. 
"The Strategy of a Gay Rouge": the story of on 
English highwayman of 3<X) years ago. (BBC) 
"The Wizard of Oz," part ten. 
5:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

MOZART Symphony No. 14, A major, K. 114 
DITTERSDORF Symphony, C major 

(Danish Orch-Woldike) (Lon 1308) (12) (13) 
WEBER Konzertstuck, E Minor 

(Gulda, Vienna Phil-Andreae) (Lon 1589) (16) 
SCHUMANN Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op. 52 
(Paris Cons.-Schuricht) (Lon 1037) (16) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: SWEDEN 
6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: John Davenport, managing edi- 
tor, FORTUNE. (NOV. 3) 
7:15 THE MADRIGAL: ninth of 26 programs surveying 
the development of this intimate musical form. 
David Randolph conducts the Randolph Singers. 
Tonight, madrigals of nature and love. (NOV. 4) 
7:30 THE FRENCH WAY OF LIFE: Maurice Garcon, one 
■of the most famous of all French lawyers, author 
and member of the Academy, tells where the French 
citizen stands today with regard to the judicial 
system. (Rodiodiffusion-Televisione Froncoise) 
(NOV. 7) 
8:00 CONTEMPORARY CONCERTOS 

HONEGGER Concertino for Piano and Orchestra 
STRAVINSKY Concerto for Piano and Winds 
(Klein, Vienna Pro Musica-Hollreiser) (Vox 10640) 
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8:30 LOHE LEHAAANN AAASTER CLASSES: fifth In the 
series of classes conducted by the famous soprano 
and recorded by the BBC. Tonight, music from 
Puccini's "Suor Angelica." (NOV. 7) 

9:00 LINUS PAULING — SENATOR THOMAS DODD: 
the refusal of Dr. Linus Pauling to reveal to the 
Senate Internal Security Subcommittee the names 
of those persotis who assisted him in the organiza- 
tion of a petition against nuclear testing has 
aroused considerable comment. In this program Dr. 
Pauling states his position, and Senator Tho?.ias 
J. Dodd (D., Conn.), Vice-Chairman of the Sub- 
committee, sets forth the Subcommittee's reasons 
for requestirig this information. (NOV. 8) 

9:30 PRAGUE FESTIVAL, 1960: ninth in the series of 
concerts recorded lost spring. Jaroslav Vogel con- 
ducts the Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, with 
Fantisek Hantak, oboist, and Lodislav Mraz, boss. 
(BFA) 

KRIVINKA Symphony No. 2 

MAHLER Songs from "Das Knaben Wunderhorn" 
MARTINU Oboe Concerto 

HINDEMITH Metamorphoses on o Theme by Weber 
11:15 IRMA JURIST IMPROVISES 
11:45 JAZZ CONCERT 

THURSDAY, November 3 

8:00 MUSIC BY AMERICAN COMPOSERS 

ANTES Four Motets 

(Moravian Festival Ens-Johnson) (Col 5247) (10) 
PETER Sinfonio, G major 

(Eastman-Rochester-Hansom) (Mer 50163) (19) 
HERBERT Cello Concerto No. 2, Op. 30 

(Miquelle, Orch-Hanson) (Merc 50163) (23) 
BARBER Capricorn Concerto 

(Eastman-Rochester-Hanson) (Merc 50224) (16) 
AVSHALOMOV Sinfonietta 

(Recording Orch-Avshalomov) (Col 5412] (17) 
KIRCHNER Piano Concerto 

(Kirchner, N. Y. Phil-Mitropoulos) iCol 5185) (30) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: John Davenport. (Nov. 2) 
10:15 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bachmann. (Oct. 30) 
10:45 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT (Oct. 27) 
MOZART Sonata No. 14, C major, K. 329 
VIVALDI Oratorio "Beatus Vir" (Psalm 111) 
SZARZYNSKI Sonata for two violins and organ 
BIBER Serenada 
11:45 THE ROCKWELL CASE: a debate between State 
Senator Frank J. Pino and Ephraim London. (Oct. 30) 
12:30 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (Nov. 1) 
1:00 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alan W. Watts. 

(Oct. 31) 
1 :30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Oct. 29) 
LULLY Nocturne and Marche 
HAYDN Symphony No. 67, F major 
VIOTTI Violin Concerto No. 22, A minor 
BEETHOVEN Octet Rondino, E|j major 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3, E(j major 
3:30 ABOUT THE PERFORMER: Gene Bruck interviews 
pianist Hilde Somer about the chances of success 
in the concert world and the low state of piano 
teaching in the U. S. 
4:00 NOCTURNE: Benjamin Britten's song cycle for 
tenor and orchestra. Peter Pears with the BBC 
Symphony conducted by Rudolph Schwarz. (Oct. 27) 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Tales from the East: Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
"The Wizard of Oz," port eleven. 
5:30 PHILEMON UNO BAUCIS: an opera in one act 
by Joseph Haydn, originally written in 1773 for a 
marionette theatre. (Oct. 29) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: FRANCE 
6:45 NEWS 
7:00 COAAMENTARY: Carey McWilliams, editor, THE 

NATION. (NOV. 4) 
7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER (NOV. 6) 
7:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEOPLES: another in a 
weekly series of programs in which the noted 



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musicologist and composer Henry Cowell surveys 
the ethnic development of people's music, illus- 
trating his talks with records end performers in 
the WBAI studio. 

8:00 INNOVATION AND FLEXIBILITY IN THE CHANG- 
ING CITY: Dr. John W. Dyckman, Associate Pro- 
fessor, City and Regional Planning, University of 
Pennsylvania, speaking at the University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley. 
9:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (NOV. 4) 

10:00 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POWERS: Vincent Halll- 
nan, author of a recent book on the Soviet penal 
system, was the only American attorney invited by 
the Russian government to observe the Powers 
trial. This talk was given in San Francisco under 
the auspices of the NATIONAL GUARDIAN and 
recorded by Murray S. Bornstein. (NOV. 7) 

11:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. 

11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 

FRIDAY, November 4 

8:00 ENGLISH MUSIC, RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE 

TOMKINS Seven Secular Works 

(Ambrosion Singers, Ens-Stevens] (EA 0028) (22) 
GIBBONS Fantasia for Consort of Viols 

(Prague Viol Ensemble) (Bach 591) (6) 
DOWLAND Seven Songs and Dances 
lOberlin, lodone) (EA 0034) (24) 
DOWLAND Ten Ayres for Four Voices (Golden Age 

Singers-Field-Hyde) (West 18711) (23) 
PURCELL Three Songs; Suite, D minor 

(Deller, Leonhardt, Ensemble) (Bach 547) (23) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Carey McWillioms. (Nov. 3) 
10:15 THE MADRIGAL (Nov. 2) 
10:30 JUDSON JEROME: poetry editor of the ANTIOCH 

REVIEW talks with Dave Ossmon. (Oct. 25) 
11:00 MOZART FESTIVAL (Oct. 31) 
11:45 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: ISRAEL 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (Nov. 3) 
1:00 ALL THE CHILDREN IN THE WORLD: Dr. Margaret 

Mead. (Oct. 27) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Oct. 20) 

MENDELSSOHN Andante, Scherzo, Capriccio and 

Fugue, Op. 81 
SCHUMANN Introduction and Allegro appassio- 
nato, G moior. Op. 92 
GLIERE Symphony No. 3, B minor "llya Murometz" 
MENOTTI Violin Concerto 
4:00 THE CASE AGAINST SACCO AND VANZETTI: 

Robert H. Montgomery. (Oct. 26) 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories from World History: "Columbus Discovers 
the West Indies." (BBC) 
Folk Songs 

"The Wizard of Oz," final part 
5:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 
WEBERN Symphony, Op. 21 

(L. A. Ensemble-Croft) (Col K4L-232) (10) 
STRAVINSKY Violin Concerto, D major 

(Gitlis, Orch-Byrns) (Vox9410) (21) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 1, C major. Op. 21 
(NBC Symphony-Toscanini) (RCA 6009) (24) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: JAPAN 
6:45 NEWS 

6:50 UNITED NATIONS: Malcohm Davis 
7:00 COMMENTARY: James Hicks, editor, THE AMSTER- 
DAM NEWS. (NOV. 5) 
7:15 TREASURY OF THE 78: a program of Important 
recorded performances not as yet reissued on LP. 
HANDEL-CASADESUS Viola Concerto, B minor 

(Primrose, Orch-Goehr) (Columbia M295) 
HANDEL Harpsichord Suite No. 2, F major 

(Wanda Landowskol (HMV 4977) 
HANDEL Suite from Alcina (Paris Conservatory 
Orch-Welngartner) (Columbia X164) 



8:00 THE CRIMINAL MAN: Bill Ryan, one of the edi- 
tors of CONTACT Magazine, discusses the con- 
cepts (including his own) of the so-called Criminal 
Man with Norman Harrington, a correctional coun- 
selor at San Quentin, and Dr. S. I. Hayakawo, 
editor of ELECTRA (Journal of General Semantics) 
and professor of Language Arts at Son Francisco 
State College. (NOV. 10) 
9:00 CHAMBER CONCERT (NOV. 9) 

BOCCHERINI Quartet, Eb major. Op. 58, No. 2 

(New Music Quartet) (Col 5047) (14) 
MOZART Quartet, B^ major, K. 458 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 4727) (23) 
CLEMENT) Trios, F mojor and D major. Op. 32 

(Trio di Bolzano) (Epic 3351) (11, 10) 
DVORAK Quartet, Efc) major. Op. 51 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 5143) (32) 
KIRCHNER Quartet No. 1 

(American Art Quartet) (Col 4843) (26) 

11:00 THE GOON SHOW: another episode featuring 
the ubiquitous Englishman Peter Sellers. Tonight, 
"Queen Anne's Rain." 

11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 

SATURDAY, November 5 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HANDEL Concerto Grosso, E minor. Op. 6 No. 3 

(Halle Ensemble-Morgraf) (Epic 3676) (16) 
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12, A major, K. 414 

(Casadesus, Orch-Szell) (Col 5151) (23) 
MENDELSSOHN Two-Piano Concerto, E major 
(Frugoni, Mrazek, Orch-Sworowskyl (Vox 10540) (27) 
SCHOENBERG Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 

(L. A. Ensemble-Craft) (Col 5244) (19) 
TOCH Symphony No. 3 

(Pittsburgh Sym-Steinberg) (Cop 8364) (28) 

10:00 COMMENTARY: James Hicks. (Nov. 4) 

10:15 MORE ABOUT MEDICINE: Alden Whitman inter- 
views Dr. Frederick J. Stare, Professor of Nutrition, 
Harvard Medical School, on "Nutrition and Good 
Health." 

10:30 LA VIE PARISIENNE: excerpts from the Offenbach 
operetta, with Marcel Coriven conducting the Rene 
Alix Choir and Orchestra and soloists including 
Renee Doria and Dario Moreno. (Epic) 

11:30 SCIENTIFIC STATUS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS: Dr. 
E. R. Hilgord, speaking at the Stanford 1960 Con- 
gress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of 
Science. Fifth in a series of programs dealing with 
the sciences arranged by William Burke. (NOV. 9) 

12:30 ARCHIVE SERIES (Nov. 1) 

1 :30 REPORT ON ART: Hubert Crehan 

2:00 JAZZ: Les Davis 

4:30 THEODORE BIKEL AT HOME (Nov. 1) 

5:30 THE LAST MINUTE: a time reserved for late pro- 
gram arrivals of topical importance. 

6.30 CHAMBER- VOCAL CONCERT (Oct. 21) 

MOZART Offertorium for the Feast of St. John the 

Baptist, K. 72 
BACH Suite No. 2, B minor 
VIVALDI Concerto, C major "For the Feast of St. 

Lawrence" 
BRAHMS Clarinet Sonata No. 2, E|j, Op. 120 
BRANT Angels and Devils 
ROSSINI Quartet No. 5, D major 
PERSICHETTI Psalm 

8:30 A DOLL'S HOUSE: the Ibsen ploy (1879) trans- 
lated by William Archer for the BBC World Theatre, 
with Jill Bennett as Nora, Jock May as Helmer and 
John Gabriel as Nils Krogstad. (NOV. 8) 

10:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

BEETHOVEN Consecration of the House Overture 

(Berlin Phil-Maazel) (Decca 10006) (12) 
DAHL Music for Brass Instruments 

(Voisin Ensemble) (Kopp 9020) (15) 
STRAUSS Domestic Symphony, Op. 53 

(Chicago-Reiner) (Vic 2103) (44) 
BERLIOZ Les Franc-Juges Overture 

(London Orch-Boult) (West 18523) (14) 



SUNDAY, November 6 

8:00 MUSIC BY BACH 

Goldberg Variations 

(Glenn Gould) (Col 5060) (40) 
Confafa No. 170 "Vergnugte Ruh" 

(Rossl-Majdan, Orch-Scherchen) (West 18392) (23) 
Toccota and Fugue, F major; Fantasia and Fugue, 

G minor (Fernando Germani) (Cap7111) (26) 
Cantata No. 78 "Jesu der du meine Seele" 
(Vienna Ens-Prohaska) (Bach 537) (26) 

10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER (Nov. 3) 

10:45 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

DVORAK Serenade for Strings, E moior. Op. 22 

(Prague Orch-Talich) (Supraphon 32) (27) 
MILHAUD Le Boeuf sur le Toit 

(Orch-Golschmann) (Cap 8244) (16) 

11:30 THE GREEKS RECONSIDERED: Stringfellow Barr, 
Prof, of Humanities at Rutgers and Pres. of The 
Foundation for World Govt., discusses his forth- 
coming book "The Will of Zeus" with Byron Bryant. 
(NOV. 8) 

12:00 FOLKSINGER'S CHOICE: Cynthia Gooding 

1:00 THE FIRST STAGE: this program summarizes the 
growth of English Drama up to the beginnings of 
the morality play in the 15th century. Dramatic 
selections include "The Resurrection" (York Cycle), 
"The Play of the Sacrament" (1461) and on extract 
from "Mary Magdalene," a 15th century morality 
ploy marking the first appearance of the Seven 
Deadly Sins. (NOV. 7) 

2:15 LEONORE: the original version (1805) of Bee- 
thoven's opera "Fidelio," performed at the Bregenz 
Festival in concert version by the Vienna Symphony 
and Festival Choir under the direction of Ferdinand 
Leitner. Soloists include Hans Braun, Paul Schoef- 
fler, Anton Dermota, and Hilde Zadek. (BFA) 
(NOV. 9) 

3:55 AMERICA AS A CIVILIZATION: A talk by Max 
Lerner. (Pocifica Archive). 

4:45 PIANO RECITAL (Oct. 28) 

SCHUBERT Sonata, A minor. Op. 42 
DEBUSSY Five Pieces 

5:45 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY: Miss Alexandra Tol- 
stoy talks with Byron Bryant about her father's lost 
years and also about some of his ideas, in a special 
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(Philharmonia-Hindemith) (Angel 35491) (23) 
BRAHMS Symphony No. 3, F major. Op. 90 
(Philharmonia-Klemperer) (Angel 35545) (36) 
10:00 THE FIRST SfAGE (Nov. 6) 
11:15 CHAMBER CONCERTO CONCERT (Oct. 30) 
VIVALDI Concerto, D minor 
CHAUSSON Concerto, D major. Op. 21 
LAMBERT Concerto for Solo Piano and Nine Players 
12:30 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POV/ERS (Nov. 3) 
1 :30 LOHE LEHAAANN AAASTER CLASSES (Nov. 2) 
2:00 THE FRENCH V/JNY OF LIFE: Maurice Garcon 

(Nov. 2) 
2:30 CONTMPORARY CONCERT (Oct. 13) 
HINDEMITH Symphonic Dances 
MARTINU Concerto for Two String Orchestras 
BARTOK Bluebeard's Castle, Op. 11 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories Told from Memory: "The Twelve Windows." 
Folk Sings 

"Winnie the Pooh," the A. A. Milne story, read by 
Dave Ossman. The first of seven parts. 
5:30 BAROQUE CONCERTOS 

ALBINONI Violin Concerto No. 10, F major 

(Michelucci, I Musici) (Epic 3682) (13) 
BACH Concerto, A minor. Flute, Violin, Harpsichord 

(I Solisfi di Zagreb) |BG 562) (24) 
CORELLI Concerto No. 6, A major. Op. 5, No. 6 (Gli 
Accademici di Milono-Eckertsen) (Vox 423) (11) 
TELEMANN Oboe Concerto, F minor 

(Schulman, Orch-Saidenberg) (Kapp 9041) (9) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEV/: ITALY 
6:45 NEWS 
7:00 COMMENTARY: Prof. Samuel P. Huntington, Dept. 

of Government, Columbia U. (NOV. 8) 
7:15 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchenko 
7:45 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alan W. Watts. 

(NOV. 10) 
8:15 MUSIC FORGOHEN AND REMEMBERED: a con- 
cert from the Grace Rainey Rogers auditorium of 
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with a chamber 
orchestra conducted by Frederic Waldman and 
Beveridge Webster as piano soloist. Mr. Wald- 
man will be interviewed during intermission. 
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musicologist and composer Henry Cowell surveys 
the ethnic development of people's music, illus- 
trating his talks with records and performers in 
the WBAI studio. 
8:00 INNOVATION AND FLEXIBILITY IN THE CHANG- 
ING CITY: Dr. John W. Dyckman, Associate Pro- 
fessor, City and Regional Planning, University of 
Pennsylvania, speaking at the University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley. 
9:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (NOV. 4) 

10:00 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POWERS: Vincent Halll- 
nan, author of a recent book on the Soviet penal 
system, was the only American attorney invited by 
the Russian government to observe the Powers 
trial. This talk was given in San Francisco under 
the auspices of the NATIONAL GUARDIAN and 
recorded by Murray S. Bornstein. (NOV. 7) 

11:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. 

11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 

FRIDAY, November 4 

8:00 ENGLISH MUSIC, RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE 

TOMKINS Seven Secular Works 

(Ambrosian Singers, Ens- Stevens) (EA 0028) (22) 
GIBBONS Fantasia for Consort of Viols 

(Prague Viol Ensemble) (Bach 591) (6) 
DOWLAND Seven Songs and Dances 
(Oberlin, ladone) (EA 0034) (24) 
DOWLAND Ten Ayres for Four Voices (Golden Age 

Singers-Field-Hyde) (West 18711) (23) 
PURCELL Three Songs; Suite, D minor 

(Deller, Leonhardt, Ensemble) (Bach 547) (23) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Carey McWilliams. (Nov. 3) 
10:15 THE AAADRIGAL (Nov. 2) 
10:30 JUDSON JEROME: poetry editor of the ANTIOCH 

REVIEW talks with Dave Ossman. (Oct. 25) 
11:00 MOZART FESTIVAL (Oct. 31) 
11:45 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: ISRAEL 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (Nov. 3) 
1 :00 ALL THE CHILDREN IN THE WORLD: Dr. Margoret 

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tors of CONTACT Magazine, discusses the con- 
cepts (including his own) of the so-called Criminol 
Man with Norman Harrington, a correctional coun- 
selor at San Quentin, and Dr. S. I. Hayakowo, 
editor of ELECTRA (Journal of General Semonfics) 
and professor of Language Arts at San Francisco 
State College. (NOV. 10) 

9:00 CHAMBER CONCERT (NOV. 9) 

BOCCHERINI Quartet, E^ maior. Op. 58, No. 2 

(New Music Quartet) (Col 5047) (14) 
MOZART Quartet, Blj maior, K. 458 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 4727) (23) 
CLEMENT) Trios, F major and D major. Op. 32 

(Trio di Bolzano) (Epic 3351) (11, 10) 
DVORAK Quartet, E^ major. Op. 51 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 5143) (32) 
KIRCHNER Quartet No. 1 

(American Art Quartet) (Col 4843) (26) 

11:00 THE GOON SHOW: another episode featuring 
the ubiquitous Englishman Peter Sellers. Tonight, 
"Queen Anne's Rain." 

1 1 :30 JAZZ CONCERT 

SATURDAY, November 5 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HANDEL Concerto Grosso, E minor. Op. 6 No. 3 

(Halle Ensemble-Margraf) (Epic 3676) (16) 
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12, A major, K. 414 

(Casodesus, Orch-Szell) (Col 5151) (23) 
MENDELSSOHN Two-Piano Concerto, E major 
(Frugoni, Mrazek, Orch-Swarowsky) (Vox 10540) (27) 
SCHOENBERG Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 

(L. A. Ensemble-Croft) (Col 5244) (19) 
TOCH Symphony No. 3 

(Pittsburgh Sym-Steinberg) (Cop 8364) (28) 

10:00 COMMENTARY: James Hicks. (Nov. 4) 

10:15 MORE ABOUT MEDICINE: Alden Whitman inter- 
views Dr. Frederick J. Stare, Professor of Nutrition, 
Harvord Medical School, on "Nutrition and Good 
Health." 

10:30 LA VIE PARISIENNE: excerpts from the Offenbach 
operetta, with Marcel Cariven conducting the Rene 
Alix Choir and Orchestra and soloists including 
Renee Doria and Dario Moreno. (Epic) 

11:30 SCIENTIFIC STATUS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS: Dr. 

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SUNDAY, November 6 

8:00 MUSIC BY BACH 

Goldberg Variations 

(Glenn Gould) (Col 5060) (40) 
Cantata No, 170 "Vergnugte Ruh" 

(Rossl-Maidan, Orch-Scherchen) (West 18392) (23) 
Toccata and Fugue, F major; Fantasia and Fugue, 

G minor (Fernando Germani) (Cap7111) (26) 
Cantata No. 78 "Jesu der du meine Seele" 
(Vienna Ens-Prohaska) (Bach 537) (26) 

10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER (Nov. 3) 

10:45 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

DVORAK Serenade for Strings, E major. Op. 22 

(Prague Orch-Tolich) (Supraphon 32) (27) 
MILHAUD Le Boeuf sur le Toit 

(Orch-Golschmann) (Cap 8244) (16) 

11:30 THE GREEKS RECONSIDERED: Stringfellow Borr, 
Prof, of Humanities at Rutgers and Pres. of The 
Foundation for World Govt., discusses his forth- 
coming book "The Will of Zeus" with Byron Bryant. 
(NOV. 8) 

12:00 FOLKSINGER'S CHOICE: Cynthia Gooding 
1:00 THE FIRST STAGE: this program summarizes the 
growth of English Drama up' to the beginnings of 
the morality play in the 15th century. Dramatic 
selections include "The Resurrection" (York Cycle), 
"The Play of the Sacrament" (1461) and an extract 
from "Mary Magdalene," a 15th century morality 
play marking the first appearance of the Seven 
Deadly Sins. (NOV. 7) 

2:15 LEONORE: the original version (1805) of Bee- 
thoven's opera "Fidelio," performed at the Bregenz 
Festival in concert version by the Vienna Symphony 
and Festival Choir under the direction of Ferdinand 
Leitner. Soloists include Hans Braun, Paul Schoef- 
fler, Anton Dermota, and Hilde Zodek. (BFA) 
(NOV. 9) 

3:55 AMERICA AS A CIVILIZATION: A talk by Max 
Lerner. (Pacifica Archive) . 

4:45 PIANO RECITAL (Oct. 28) 

SCHUBERT Sonata, A minor. Op. 42 
DEBUSSY Five Pieces 

5:45 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY: Miss Alexandra Tol- 
stoy talks with Byron Bryant about her father's last 
years and also about some of his ideas, in a special 
program to commemorate the 50th anniversary of 

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HINDEMITH Sinfonia Serena 

(Philharmonia-Hindemith) (Angel 35491) (23) 
BRAHMS Symphony No. 3, F major. Op. 90 
(Philharmonia-Klemperer) (Angel 35545) (36) 
10:00 THE FIRST SfAGE (Nov. 6) 
11:15 CHAMBER CONCERTO CONCERT (Oct. 30) 
VIVALDI Concerto, D minor 
CHAUSSON Concerto, D major. Op. 21 
LAMBERT Concerto for Solo Piano and Nine Players 
12:30 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POV/ERS (Nov. 3) 
1 :30 LOHE LEHAAANN MASTER CLASSES (Nov. 2) 
2:00 THE FRENCH WiNY OF LIFE: Maurice Garcon 

(Nov. 2) 
2:30 CONTMPORARY CONCERT (Oct. 13) 
HINDEMITH Symphonic Dances 
MARTINU Concerto for Two String Orchestras 
BARTOK Bluebeard's Castle, Op. 11 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories Told from Memory: "The Twelve Windows." 
Folk Sings 

"Winnie the Pooh," the A. A. Milne story, read by 
Dove Ossman. The first of seven parts. 
5:30 BAROQUE CONCERTOS 

ALBINONI Violin Concerto No. 10, F tnoior 

(Michelucci, I Musici) (Epic 3682) (13) 
BACH Concerto, A minor. Flute, Violin, Harpsichord 

(I Solisti di Zagreb) (BG 562) (24) 
CORELLI Concerto No. 6, A major. Op. 5, No. 6 (Gli 
Accademici di Milano-Eckertsen) (Vox 423) (11) 
TELEMANN Oboe Concerto, F minor 

(Schulmon, Orch-Soidenberg) (Kopp 9041) (9) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEV/: ITALY 
6:45 NEWS 
7:00 COMMENTARY: Prof. Samuel P. Huntington, Dept. 

of Government, Columbia U. (NOV. 8) 
7:15 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchenko 
7:45 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alan W. Watts. 

(NOV. 10) 
8:15 MUSIC FORGOHEN AND REMEMBERED: a con- 
cert from the Grace Rainey Rogers auditorium of 
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with a chamber 
orchestra conducted by Frederic Woldman and 
Beveridge Webster as piano soloist. Mr. Wold- 
man will be interviewed during intermission. 
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musicologist and composer Henry Cowell surveys 
the ethnic development of people's music, illus- 
troting his talks with records and performers in 
the WBAI studio. 
8:00 INNOVATION AND FLEXIBILITY IN THE CHANG- 
ING CITY: Dr. John W. Dyckman, Associate Pro- 
fessor, City and Regional Planning, University of 
Pennsylvania, speaking at the University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley. 
9:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (NOV. 4) 

10:00 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POWERS: Vincent Halli- 
nan, author of a recent book on the Soviet penal 
system, was the only American attorney invited by 
the Russian government to observe the Powers 
trial. This talk was given in San Francisco under 
the auspices of the NATIONAL GUARDIAN and 
recorded by Murray S. Bornstein. (NOV. 7) 

11:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. 

11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 

FRIDAY, November 4 

8:00 ENGLISH MUSIC, RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE 

TOMKINS Seven Secular Works 

(Ambrosian Singers, Ens-Stevens) (EA 0028) (22) 
GIBBONS Fantasia for Consort of Viols 

(Prague Viol Ensemble) (Bach 591) (6) 
DOWLAND Seven Songs and Dances 
(Oberlin, ladone) (EA 0034) (24) 
DOWLAND Ten Ayres for Four Voices (Golden Age 

Singers-Field-Hyde) (West 18711) (23) 
PURCELL Three Songs; Suite, D minor 

(Deller, Leonhordt, Ensemble) (Bach 547) (23) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Corey McWilliams. (Nov. 3) 
10:15 THE AAADRIGAL (Nov. 2) 
10:30 JUDSON JEROME: poetry editor of the ANTIOCH 

REVIEW talks with Dove Ossmon. (Oct. 25) 
11:00 MOZART FESTIVAL (Oct. 31) 
11:45 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: ISRAEL 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (Nov. 3) 
1:00 ALL THE CHILDREN IN THE WORLD: Dr. Margaret 

Mead. (Oct. 27) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Oct. 20) 



8:00 THE CRIMINAL MAN: Bill Ryan, one of the edi- 
tors of CONTACT Magazine, discusses the con- 
cepts (including his own) of tlie so-called Criminal 
Man with Norman Harrington, a correctional coun- 
selor at San Quentin, and Dr. S. I. Hayokawa, 
editor of ELECTRA (Journal of General Semantics) 
and professor of Language Arts at San Francisco 
State College. (NOV. 10) 
9:00 CHAMBER CONCERT (NOV. 9) 

BOCCHERINI Quartet, £(, major. Op. 58, No. 2 

(New Music Quartet) (Col 5047) (14) 
MOZART Quartet, Bb major, K. 458 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 4727) (23) 
CLEMENTI Trios, F major and D major. Op. 32 

(Trio di Bolzano) (Epic 3351) (11, 10) 
DVORAK Quartet, Eb major, Op. 51 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 5143) (32) 
KIRCHNER Quartet No. 1 

(American Art Quartet) (Col 4843) (26) 

11:00 THE GOON SHOW: another episode featuring 
the ubiauitous Englishman Peter Sellers. Tonight, 
"Queen Anne's Rain." 

11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 



SATURDAY, November 5 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HANDEL Concerto Grosso, E minor. Op. 6 No. 3 

(Halle Ensemble-Margraf) (Epic 3676) (16) 
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12, A major, K. 414 

(Casadesus, Orch-Szell) (Col 5151) (23) 
MENDELSSOHN Two-Piano Concerto, E major 
(Frugoni, Mrazek, Orch-Sworowsky) (Vox 10540) (27) 
SCHOENBERG Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 

(L. A. Ensemble-Croft) (Col 5244) (19) 
TOCH Symphony No. 3 

(Pittsburgh Sym-Steinberg) (Cap 8364) (28) 

10:00 COMMENTARY: James Hicks. (Nov. 4) 

10:15 MORE ABOUT MEDICINE: Alden Whitman inter- 
views Dr. Frederick J. Stare, Professor of Nutrition, 
Harvard Medical School, on "Nutrition and Good 
Health." 

10:30 LA VIE PARISIENNE: excerpts from the Offenbach 
operetta, with Marcel Cariven conducting the Rene 
Alix Choir and Orchestra and soloists including 
Renee Doria and Dario Moreno. (Epic) 

11:30 SCIENTIFIC STATUS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS: Dr. 

E. R. Hilgard, speaking at the Stanford 1960 Con- 



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SUNDAY, November 6 

8:00 MUSIC BY BACH 

Goldberg Variations 

(Glenn Gould) (Col 5060) (40) 
Cantata No. 170 "Vergnugte Ruh" 

(Rossi-Majdan, Orch-Scherchen) (West 18392) (23) 
Toccata and Fugue, F maior; Fantasia and Fugue, 

G minor (Fernando German!) (Cap7111) (26) 
Cantata No. 78 "Jesu der du meine Seele" 
(Vienna Ens-Prohaska) (Bach 537) (26) 

10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER (Nov. 3) 

10:45 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

DVORAK Serenade for Strings, E major. Op. 22 

(Prague Orch-Talich) (Supraphon 32) (27) 
MILHAUD Le Boeuf sur le Toit 

(Orch-Golschmann) (Cap 8244) (16) 
11:30 THE GREEKS RECONSIDERED: Sfringfellow Barr, 
Prof, of Humanities at Rutgers and Pres. of The 
Foundation for World Govt., discusses his forth- 
coming book "The Will of Zeus" v^ith Byron Bryant. 
(NOV. 8) 
12:00 FOLKSINGER'S CHOICE: Cynthia Gooding 

1:00 THE FIRST STAGE: this program summarizes the 
growth of English Drama up' to the beginnings of 
the morality play in the 15th century. Dramatic 
selections include "The Resurrection" (York Cycle), 
"The Play of the Sacrgment" (1461) and an extract 
from "Mary Magdalene," a 15fh century morality 
play marking the first appearance of the Seven 
Deadly Sins. (NOV. 7) 

2:15 LEONORE: the original version (1805) of Bee- 
thoven's opera "Fidelio," performed at the Bregenz 
Festival in concert version by the Vienna Symphony 
and Festival Choir under the direction of Ferdinand 
Leitner. Soloists include Hans Broun, Paul Schoef- 
fler, Anton Dermota, and Hilde Zodek. (BFA) 
(NOV. 9) 

3:55 AMERICA AS A CIVILIZATION: A talk by Max 
Lerner. (Pacifico Archive) . 

4:45 PIANO RECITAL (Oct. 28) 

SCHUBERT Sonata, A minor. Op. 42 
DEBUSSY Five Pieces 

5:45 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY: Miss Alexandra Tol- 
stoy talks v^ith Byron Bryant about her father's last 
years and also about some of his ideas, in a special 
program to commemorate the 50th anniversary of 
the death of Tolstoy in November, 1910. (NOV. 11) 

6:30 NEW RECORDINGS 

8:00 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bochmann interviews 
Prof. Roman Vishniac, film maker, on the example 
of nature in human relations. (NOV. 10) 

8:30 ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL, I960: a concert in which 
Sir Arthur Bliss, Aaron Copland and Lennox Berk- 
eley conduct the Festival Orchestra in their own 
works. Janet Baker is alto soloist. (BBC) 
BLISS Music for Strings 
BERKELEY Four Poems of St. Teresa of Avilo 
COPLAND Two pieces for String Orchestra 
COPLAND Quiet City for Trumpet, English horn 
and Strings 

9:30 AAAUZUMI NOH PLAY: a modern Japanese Noh 
drama with electronic music background. Performed 
in Japanese with a commentary by Henry Jacobs. 

10:00 THE SCOPE JAZZ: Nat Hentoff, Martin Williams, 
and Mait Edey discuss the jazz scene and play 
records. 

11:00 POETRY READ BY DAVID ALLEN (NOV. 11) 

11:30 PARIS SPOTLIGHT: a weekly program describ- 
ing events and life in Paris produced for Pacifica 
by the French radio. 

MONDAY, November 7 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

DVORAK Symphony, C minor "Bells of ZIonice" 
(Prague Orch-Neumann) (Artia 140) (42) 

ROUSSEL Petite Suite, Op. 39 
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HINDEMITH Sinfonia Serena 

(Philharmonia-Hindemith) (Angel 35491) (23) 
BRAHMS Symphony No. 3, F major. Op. 90 
(Philharmonia-Klemperer) (Angel 35545) (36) 
10:00 THE FIRST StAGE (Nov. 6) 
11:15 CHAMBER CONCERTO CONCERT (Oct. 30) 
VIVALDI Concerto, D minor 
CHAUSSON Concerto, D major. Op. 21 
LAMBERT Concerto for Solo Piano and Nine Players 
12:30 THE TRIAL OF FRANCIS POV/ERS (Nov. 3) 
1 :30 LOHE LEHAAANN AAASTER CLASSES (Nov. 2) 
2:00 THE FRENCH V/j^Y OF LIFE: Maurice Garcon 

(Nov. 2) 
2:30 CONTMPORARY CONCERT (Oct. 13) 
HINDEMITH Symphonic Dances 
MARTINU Concerto for Two String Orchestras 
BARTOK Bluebeard's Castle, Op. 11 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories Told from Memory: "The Twelve Windows." 
Folk Sings 

"Winnie the Pooh," the A. A. Milne story, read by 
Dave Ossman. The first of seven parts. 
5:30 BAROQUE CONCERTOS 

ALBINONI Violin Concerto No. 10, F major 

iMichelucci, I Musici) (Epic 3682) (13) 
BACH Concerto, A minor. Flute, Violin, Harpsichord 

(I Solisti di Zagreb) |BG 562) (24) 
CORELLI Concerto No. 6, A major. Op. 5, No. 6 (Gil 
Accademici di Milano-Eckertsen) (Vox 423) (11) 
TELEMANN Oboe Concerto, F minor 

(Schulman, Orch-Saidenberg) (Kapp 9041) (9) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: ITALY 
6:45 NEWS 
7:00 COMMENTARY: Prof. Samuel P. Huntington, Dept. 

of Government, Columbia U. (NOV. 8) 
7:15 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchenko 
7:45 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alan W. Watts. 

(NOV. 10) 
8:15 MUSIC FORGOHEN AND REMEMBERED: a con- 
cert from the Grace Rainey Rogers auditorium of 
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with a chamber 
orchestra conducted by Frederic Waldman and 
Beveridge Webster as piano soloist. Mr. Wald- 
man will be interviewed during intermission. 
BUSONI Indianische Fantasie for Piano and Or- 
chestra 
MENDELSSOHN Scherzo from the Octet for Strings,- 

same scherzo orchestrated by the composer 
MENDELSSOHN Overture to Heimkehr aus der 
Fremde 
9:30 A CHOICE OF TWO ROADS: among those plan- 
ning for the future of the American Negro, there 
is division as to method and purpose. In this pro- 
gram two spokesmen of widely differing view- 
points present their ideas in a discussion of Negro 
goals. Participating are Bayard Rustin of the War 
Resistors League and formerly of the Southern 
Christian Leadership Conference,- and Malcolm X, 
Minister of Mohammad's Temple of Islam in New 
York. The moderotor is Jon Donald. 
10.30 REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich. (NOV. 8) 
11:30 THE BEST OF SELLERS: Peter Sellers, many- 
voiced star of "The Goon Show" and films like 
"I'm All Right, Jock," entertains with sketches on 
such subjects as: Rock and Roll, Travelogues, Poli- 
tics, The Critics and Frank Sinatra. Sellers is as- 
sisted infrequently by Irene Hondl and Fred 
Flange. (Angel) 

TUESDAY, November 8 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3, C minor. Op. 37 

(Haskil, Orch-Markevitch) (Epic 3726) (36) 
MAHLER Symphony No. 6, A minor 
(Rotterdam Phil-Flipse) (Epic 6012) (80) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Samuel P. Huntington. (Nov. 7) 
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11:45 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: THE NETHERLANDS 
12:00 REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich. (Nov. 7) 
1:00 LINUS PAULING — SENATOR THOMAS DODD 

(Nov. 2) 

1:30 PIANO CONCERT (Oct. 8) 

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 25, G major, Op. T) 
MOZART Concerto No. 27, B() major, K. 595 
BRAHMS Sonata No. 3, F minor 
KIRCHNER Piano Concerto 
SATIE Three pieces in the form of a pear 

3:30 THE GREEKS RECONSIDERED (Nov. 6) 

4:00 LE CRABE QUI JOUAIT AVEC LA MER: a fable 
from the "Just So Stories" of Rudyard Kipling, 
translated into French and provided with musique 
concrete score by Philippe Arthuys. Produced in the 
Studios du Groupe de Recherche de Musique Con- 
crete de la R.T.F., with a cast of three. (NOV. 9) 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Lullabies from Many Lands: presented by Mary 

Hillis. 

Bear Stories: Eric St. Clair reads his own story, 

"The Cannery Bear." 

"Winnie the Pooh," part two. 

5:30 MUSIC BY FRENCH COMPOSERS 
MILHAUD Suite Provencal 

(Orch-Milhaud) (Cap 83581 (15) 
RAVEL Piano Concerto for the Left Hand 

(Francois, Paris Orch-Cluytens) (Ang 35874) (18) 
ROUSSEL Symphony No. 3, G minor. Op. 42 
(Suisse Romande-Ansermet) (Lon 1495) (23) 

6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: INDIA 

6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Richard Barnet, author, "V^ho 
Wants Disarmament" (Beacon Press) . (NOV. 9) 

7:15 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher (NOV. 10) 
Guiseppe Danise, baritone (1^83- ) (recordings 
of 1921-1928) 

ROSSINI II Borbierfe di Sivigiio: Largo al factotum 
VERDI La Traviato: Di Provenza il mar, II suol 
ROSSINI La donza 
LEONCAVALLO Serenade napolitaine 
PERGOLESI Stabat Mater: Quae morebat 
VERDI Ernani: O de' verd' anni miei 

7:45 IF I'M ELECTED: records of campaign talks by 
Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge and Franklin 
Delano Roosevelt. (Heritage) 

8:00 ARCHIVE SERIES (NOV. 12) 

PERGOLESI La Servo Padrona (Massoleni, Cortis, 

Wurttemberg Orch-Leitner) (Arc 3039) (47) 
STAMITZ Orchestral Trio, A major. Op. 1, No. 2 
(Munich Chamber Orch-Gorvin) (Arc 3092) (11) 

9:00 COMPOSER IN HOLLYWOOD: Alex North, who 
wrote the scores for "Spartacus" and such films as 
"Death of a Salesman" and "A Streetcar Named 
Desire," tells why he went West and discusses the 
techniques he used in Sportacus and the problems 
and responsibilities of his profession, in conversa- 
tion with Gene Bruck at WBAI. 
9:30 ELECTION NIGHT: a continuous round of news 
reports ond spot news covering the election re- 
turns, with music, commentary and special guests 
including local candidates and many program par- 
ticipants to help sustain the mood of the evening. 
To run until the major results are in. 

WEDNESDAY, November 9 

8:00 CHAMBER CONCERT (Nov. 4) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Richard Barnet. (Nov. 8) 
10:15 MORE ABOUT MEDICINE: Alden Whitman. 

(Nov. 5) 
10:30 LEONORE (Nov. 6) 
12:30 RESISTANCE IN FRANCE: Claude Bourdet. 

(Oct. 31) 
1:15 MUSIC BY AMERICAN COMPOSERS (Oct. 22) 

GESENSWAY Four Squares of Philadelphia 

POWELL Trio for Piano, Violin, Cello 

IVES Three Places in New England 



ANTHEIL Ballet Mechanique 
CAZDEN Three Places in the Catskills 
BARBER Cello Sonata 
3:15 SCIENTIFIC STATUS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS: Dr. 

E. R. Hilgard. (Nov. 5) 
4:15 NEWSLETTER FROM ITALY 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories for Young People, read by Jessie Stanton, 
Bonk Street College of Educotion. 
"Ounce, Dice, Trice": a reading for child-like 
adult and adult children from Alistoir Reid's book. 
"Winnie the Pooh," part three. 
5:30 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT 

MOZART Clarinet Trio, Eb major, K. 493 (A. and W. 

Boskovsky, Panhoffer) (London 1609) (21) 
SCHUMANN Dichterliebe, Op. 48 

(Volletti, Taubmon) (RCA 2412) (28) 
SCHUBERT Quartettsotz, C minor 
(Amadeus Quartet) (West 18440) (9) 
6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: SWEDEN 
6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Dr. Bernard Berelson, director 
Bureau of Applied Research, Columbia U. (NOV. 10) 
7:15 THE MADRIGAL: tenth of 26 programs surveying 
the development of this intimate musical form. 
David Randolph conducts the Randolph Singers. 
Tonight, the madrigals of Monteverdi. (NOV. 11) 
7:30 THE FRENCH WAY OF LIFE: a discussion of the 
French theatre with Robert Kemp, President of the 
French Drama Critics Syndicate and member of the 
Academy. (Radiodiffusion-Televisione Francaise) 
(NOV. 14) 
8:00 LE CRAB QUI JOUAIT AVEC LA MER (Nov. 8) 
8:30 LOHE LEHA^NN AUSTER CLASSES: sixth in the 
series of classes conducted by the famous soprano 
ofid recorded by the BBC. Tonight, lleder by 
Mozart, Mahler and Brahms. (NOV. 14) 
9:00 THE CHALLENGE OF NEED: Paul G. Hoffman, 
Managing Director of the United Nations Special 
Fund, discusses the activities of this agency and its 
program of aid in assistance to the less-developed 
countries; and the recently completed fund-pledg- 
ing session of the General Assembly which meets 
once a year with non-member nations for the pur- 
pose of contributing to the Special Fund and the 
expanded program of technical assistance. The 
interview is conducted by Jon Donald. {NOV. 12) 
9:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL, 1960: a concert by the Liep- 
ziger Gewandhousorchester under the direction of 
Franz Konwitschny, with piano soloist Wilhelm 
Bockhous. (BFA) 

BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2, B|) major, Op. 83 
BRUCKNER Symphony No, 5, B[, major 
11:30 IRMA JURIST IMPROVISES 
11:45 JAZZ CONCERT 

THURSDAY, November 10 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 

IVES Variations on "America" 

(E. Power Biggs) (Col 5496) (8) 
FINNEY Piano Quintet 

(Webster, Stanley Quartet) (Col 5477) (22) 
MESSAIEN Oiseaux Exotiques 

(Loriod, Orch-Albert) (West 18746) (13) 
SCHOENBERG Violin Concerto 

(Marschner, Orch-Gielen) (Vox 10530) (33) 
WALTON Belshozzar's Feast 

(Chorus, Orch-Walton) (Capitol 7141) (341 

10.00 COMMENTARY: Dr. Bernard Berelson. 
10:15 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bachmonn. (Nov. 6) 

10:45 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Oct. 24) 

SCHUBERT Overture, C major "4n the Italian Style" 
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 1, D minor 
11:45 MISCELLANY 
12.00 THE CRIMINAL MAN (Nov. 4) 
1:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (Nov. 8) 
1:30 PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST: Alon W. Watts. 
(Nov. 7) 



2:00 CHAMBER CONCERT (Oct. 28) 
BACH Sonata No. 1, B minor 
MOZART Quartet No. 23, F major, K. 590 
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 5, D maior. Op. 102, No. 2 
FRANCK Piano Quintet 

MC PHEE Concerto for Piano and Wind Octette 
PINKHAM Concerto for Celeste and Harpsichord 

4:00 CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY: Prof. Sol Tax. 
(Oct. 231 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Tales from the East: Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
Edvard Grieg: His Story and His Music. 
"Winnie the Pooh," part four. 

5:30 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT 
MOZART Concert Arias, K. 538, 583 

(Streich, Orch-Maclcerras) (DGM 12012) (12) 
ROSSINI Willow Song from "Otello" 

(Merrimon, Ens-Susslcind) (RCA 614<S) (18) 
BOITO Prologue from "Mefistotele" (Moscona, 
Chorus, Orch-Toscanini) (RCA 1849) (261 

6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: FRANCE 

6:45 NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Gerard L. Goettell, attorney 
(HARPER'S Magazine series) (NOV. 11) 

7:15 ABOUT CARS: Denise McCluggage. (NOV. 16) 

7:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEOPLES: Henry Cowell 

8:00 LENZ: a monologue by the German playwright 
Georg Buchner, written in 1836, translated by 
Goronwy Rees and read by Paul Scofield, with 
music by Humphrey Searle. (BBC) 

9:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 

ther Schuller. (NOV. 11) 
10:00 SHOULD CELEBRITIES BE SEEN AND NOT HEARD? 
in a lively panel discussion organized by the 
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Steve 
Allen .Raymond Burr, Sheldon Leonard, Rod Ser- 
ling and Bill Stout tackle the Hollywood blacklist 
ar>d bans by ad agencies, celebrities taking stands, 
Susskind on Hollywood, the recent case of actor 
William Tolmon, among others. The program was 
recorded at the Beverly Hilton Hotel v/ith Del 
Moore moderating. (NOV. 13) 

11:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood 

11:45 JAZZ CONCERT 

FRIDAY, November 1 1 

8:00 ORCHESTRAL-CHORAL CONCERT 

BOCCHERINI Sinfonia Concertonte, G major 
(London Boroaue-Hoas) (West 18052) (20) 
MOZART Two-Piano Concerto, Ejj major, K. 365 

(Haskil, Ando, Orch-Golliera) (Angel 35380) (25) 
HAYDN Sinfonia Concertonte, Bjj major. Op. 84 

(Philadelphia-Ormandy) (Col 5374) (23) 
BERLIOZ Te Deum, Op. 22 (Young, London Chorus, 
Orch-Beechom) (Col 4897) (48) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Gerard L. Goettell. (Nov. 10) 
10:15 POETRY READ BY DAVID ALLEN (Nov. 6) 
10:45 A GILELS-RICHTER RECITAL (Oct. 16) 
SCARLATTI Sonata, D minor, L. 421 " ■ 
HAYDN Piano Concerto, 4 major 
PROKOFIEV Sonata No. 7, Bb major. Op. 83 
11:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: ISRAEL 
11:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 

ther Schuller. (Nov. 10) 
12:45 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY (Nov. 6r 
1:30 THE MADRIGAL (Nov. 9) 
1:45 JOHN BETJEMAN: the English poet reads from 

his own works. (Oct. 15) 
2:15 MUSIC BY FRENCH COMPOSERS (Oct. 25) 

BERLIOZ La Captive; Zaide; Le Jeune Patre Breton 
CHABRIER Suite Pastorale 
LALO Cello Concerto 
HONEGGER Symphonie Liturgique 
FRANCAIX Le Dioble Boiteux 
4:15 MISCELLANY 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

Stories from World History: "Galileo," the inven- 
tor of the telescope. (BBC) 
Folk Songs. 



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Winnie the Pooh," part five. 

5:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

SCHUMANN Symphony No. 1, B\, major 

(RIAS-Fricsoy) (Decca 9960) (32) 
WAGNER Parsifal: Prelude and Good Friday Spell 
(Orch-Wolter) (Col 5482) (23) 

6:30 FOREIGN PRESS REVIEW: JAPAN 

6:45 NEWS 

6:50 UNITED NATIONS: Malcolm Davis 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Paul Goodman, author (NOV. 
12) 

7:15 TREASURY OF THE 78: a program of important 
recorded performances not as yet reissued on LP. 
Tonight, a concert of works by Purcell, mode up 
of Four-Part Fantasias, Songs, Catches and Glees, 
issued by the English Music Society in an English 
Columbia album. Performers include Isolde Menges, 
William Primrose, the International String Quartet 
and Keith Faulkner. 

8:15 SANITY AND SURVIVAL: a talk by psychiatrist 
Jerome B. Frank about individual and interna- 
tional pathology, the enemy image and the lost 
meaning of words. 

9:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

SCHUMANN Trio, D minor. Op. 63 (Schneider, 
Casals, Horszowski] (Col 4718) (32) 
BRAHMS Violin Sonata, A major. Op. 100 

(Menuhin, Kentner) (Cap 7142) (22) 
GLAZUNOV Five Novelettes 

(Hollywood Quartet) (Cap 8331) (29) 
CASADESUS Sextuor, E major. Op. 58 

(Casadesus, French Ensemble) (Col 5448) (21) 
WEBERN Five Movements for Strings, Op. 5 
(Juilliard Quartet) (Col 4737) (10) 
11:00 THE GOON SHOW: another episode featuring 
the ubiquitous Englishman Peter Sellers. Tonight, 
"The Seagoon Memoirs" 
11:30 JAZZ CONCERT 

SATURDAY, November 12 

8:00 KEYBOARD CONCERT 

BACH Partita No. 2, C minor 

(Ralph Kirkpatrick) (Arc 3129) (23) 
BEETHOVEN Sonata, A major, Op. 2, No. 2 

(Artur Schnabel] (RCA 9500) (28) 
CHOPIN Preludes, Op. 28 

(Moura Lympany) (Cap 7145) (40) 
BACH [arr. BRAHMS) Chaconne, D minor (Paul 
Wittgenstein, piano left-hand) (Period 742) (15) 
MESSAIEN Banquet Celeste; Transports de Joie 
(Clarence Wotters, organ) (CE-1004) (10) 
10:00 COMMENTARY: Paul Goodman. (Nov. 11) 
10:15 THE PROPHET: first of a five-port reading by 
Christopher Terry of Khalil Gibran's famous poem. 
10:30 BOCCACCIO: excerpts from Franz von Suppe's 
three-act operetta, with Anton Poulik conducting 
soloists and orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. 
(Columbia) 
11:30 CONTEMPORARY MAN AND MODERN PHYSI- 
CAL SCIENCE: Dr. F. Coldiero, Prof, of Humani- 
ties, Cooper Union. 
12:30 ARCHIVE SERIES (Nov. 8) 
1:30 THE CHALLENGE OF NEED: Paul G. Hoffman. 

(Nov. 9) 
2:00 JAZZ: Les Davis 

5:00 TREASURES OF THE DEEP: Mr. Ritchie Smith, an 
American member of the Club de Explorociones y 
Deportes Acuaticos de Mexico, which has carried 
out much valuable underwater orchaelogicol work 
off the Yucatan Coast under a special charter from 
the Mexican government, describes its underwater 
explorations and what it has found to Colin D. 
Edwards. 
5:30 THE LAST MINUTE: a time reserved for late pro- 
gram arrivals of topical importance. 
6:30 THE ROMANTIC ART SONG: eleventh in a series 
of bi-weekly talks, with musical examples by Alan 



Rich. Today, the late romantic song in Bohemia, 
Russia and France. (NOV. 16) 

7:30 CONTEMPORARY CHAMBER CONCERT 

COWELL Persian Set 

(Orch-Stoicowsi<i| (CRI 114) (17) 
SCHOENBERG Quartet No. 3, Op. 30 

(Juilliord Quartet) (Col 4736) (30) 
SCHULLER Conversation (Modern Jazz, Beaux Arts 

Quartets) (Atlantic 1345) (11) 

8:30 CORIOLANUS: a BBC World Theatre production 
of Shakespeore's tragedy, with Patrick Wymork in 
the title role, Phyllis Neilson-Terry and Maurice 
Denham. (NOV. 15) 

11:00 MUSIC FOR SHAKESPEARE: songs and lute solos, 
performed by Alfred Deller, counter-tenor, and 
Desmond Dupre, lute. (Angel) 

SUNDAY, November 13 

8:00 CHORAL CONCERT 

TALLIS Lamentations of Jeremiah 

(Alfred Deller Consort) (Bach 551) (22) 

RITTER Cantata "O omantissime sponse Jesu" 
(Heynis, Esn-von der Horst) (Epic 3683) (14) 

BACH Cantata No. 169 "Gott soil allein" (Nether- 
lands Ens-van der Horst) (Epic 3683) (30) 

ANON Medieval English Polyphony 
(Oberlin, Bressler, Ens] (EA 0024) (35) 

MOZART Ten Canons 

(German Chorus-Wolters) (Arc 3044) (16) 
10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth 

10:30 LIEDER: Wagner's five songs to texts by Mafhilde 
Wesendonck, performed by Tiana Lemnitz, soprano, 
and Michael Roucheisen, piano. (Urania) 

11:00 WAGNER, THOUGHTS IN SEASON: a talk by 
Joseph Kermon, Professor of Music at the University 
of California and author of "Opera as Drama," 
originally given at a conference at Ohio State in 
honor of the centennial of Wagner's "Tristan und 
Isolde." 



12:00 FOLKSINGER'S CHOICE: Cynthia Gooding 

1:00 THE FIRST STAGE: sixth in the 12-part BBC chron- 
icle of the development of English Drama, Today, 
o discussion of the themes and conventions of the 
Moralities which survive from the 15th century. The 
dramatic episodes include a complete performance 
of "Everyman" with Godfrey Kenton as Everyman 
and Alfred Deller as The Angel. (NOV. 14) 

2:30 DON CARLOS: the Salzburg Festival perform- 
ance of Verdi's four-act opera, with Boris Christoff, 
Eugenio Fernandi, Ettore Bostianini, Sena Jurinoc, 
Rafaele Arie, Regino Resnik and Christo Ludwig 
in the cost and the Vienna Philharmonic and State 
Opera Chorus conducted by Nello Sonti. (BFA) 

5:30 SHOULD CELEBRITIES BE SEEN AND NOT HEARD? 
(Nov. 10) 

6:45 NEW RECORDINGS 

8:00 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bochmonn interviews 
Melino Mercouri, Greek star, on self-identificotion 
versus character portrayal. (NOV. 17) 

8:30 ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL, 1960: a Bach concert per- 
formed by the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra 
with Szymon Goldberg in the dual role of violin 
soloist and conductor, and Haakon Stotizn, oboist. 
(BBC) 

Violin Concerto, A minor 
Sinfonia from Cantata No. 21 
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, B|j maior 
Concerto, D minor, for Violin and Oboe 

9:30 THE POWER WITHIN US: the chronicle of a 
Spaniard in the 16th Century New World, recon- 
structed and edited by Haniel Long, read by 
Norman Whitney, Professor of English, Syracuse 
University. (Pocifico Archives) 
10:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ: Not Hentoff, Martin Wil- 
liams and Moit Edey discuss the iazz scene and 
play records. 
11:00 JAZZ CONCERT 

11:30 PARIS SPOTLIGHT: a weekly program describing 
events and life in Paris produced for Pacifica by 
the French radio. 



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